The Church in Exile and The Three Days of Darkness
Nov. 16, 2018
Triumph of Saint Thomas Aquinas, by Andrea Bonaiuti (1365-68).
Our enemies attack two things: our holy doctrines and the Primacy of Petrus.
The mission of Marie-Julie is to bring back the doctrine of the Church and to announce the future chastisements. It is also to suffer in expiation for the sins of mankind, and in order to soften the terrible test that awaits the world.
“Think in Heaven, my daughter.”
--Oh! Good Mother, the place is only reserved for their elected and, me, I am no more than a ground-up worm, worm food and indignity!
“My daughter, I will have to speak clearly.”
--Whatever you want, my Mother.
“Do you see the end of the Exile?”
--I do not say I see it… But I sense it by the weakening of human forces.
“Me, my daughter, how could I do it? How to come to say goodbye to your family, to your parents, to your friends, to this earth where you lived?”
--Oh! my Mother, do not be shy. It will not hurt; on the contrary, it will delight me so much that my joy will become jubilation.
“However, here is the approach of the separation! Me, I will descend again on this place, but you will not be there any more.”
--Oh, my Mother, I will be there again… I will follow thee everywhere. I will love thee so much that thou will not be able to go without me.
“On the one hand, I am well consoled, but on the other, I see the support of the fishermen fly away. I will remove from the earth the mantle that held back the lightning that crushes it… That which consoles me is that my zealous servants will highly publish your glory.” (29 September 1880)
[Source: pp. 19-20, Le ciel en colloque avec Marie-Julie Jahenny, by Fr. Pierre Roberdel].
Reflection on this prophecy :
This prophecy brings the subject of what will end the Exile of Holy Mother Church. This prophecy reveals the only thing that can bring the Exile to an end—the Three Days of Darkness.
This is revealed when the Virgin Mary asks Marie-Julie if she can see the end of the Exile, and Marie-Julie has to admit that no, she does not see it.
In her hopeful and persistent way, Marie-Julie, always our defense attorney, says that she can, however, feel it: “But I sense it by the weakening of human forces.”
Our Blessed Mother mixes no words. She immediately speaks to our separation from everyone that we know in this world through death.
Our Good Mother is empathetic with what our sufferings will be, and she says, “Me, my daughter, how could I do it? How to come to say goodbye to your family, to your parents, to your friends, to this earth where you lived?”
We could wallow in self-pity and say, ‘Yes, yes, quite true.’ But Marie-Julie’s positive answer gives us a glimpse of the elation that we will feel when the demons are all put back into hell:
“It will not hurt; on the contrary, it will delight me so much that my joy will become jubilation.”
And then, as if they are watching a play about to perform on a stage, our Blessed Mother speaks to the masonic takeover in Rome as the beginning of our sorrows: “However, here is the approach of the separation!”
And then something quite unexpected! Our mother speaks of appearing again in Marie-Julie’s home, but after her death: “Me, I will descend again on this place, but you will not be there anymore.”
It would be after the Three Days of Darkness, when the faithful have made it to Brittany and together, we are helping each other to survive.
The purpose of these apparitions would be to comfort and guide us. Our Holy Mother may also be giving guidance to the Holy Father and to the French Monarch about the Papal Restoration.
Marie-Julie knows of the work that will need to be done to restore Catholicity to the survivors worldwide. Out of her loving heart, Marie-Julie says: “Oh, my Mother, I will be there again… I will follow thee everywhere.”
Marie-Julie is a great missionary!
And our Good Mother, with one eye on the revolutions unfolding in the Church, says: “I see the support of the fishermen fly away.”
The fishermen are the Apostles, the bishops. Recall that Christ said to his Apostles, who were fishermen, “I will make you fishers of men”(Matt. 4: 19).
The Virgin Mother of God knows that the good bishops who are the watchmen for the Church, are to be shut out themselves so that they become ineffective.
The hardening of hearts, which is a symptom of our times, and a true disease of the soul, is at work in making the good bishops obsolete, pushing them into a forced retirement.
Recall that prior to the masonic takeover, bishops stayed in their posts until death.
It is a case of ‘out with the old [the Catholic], and in with the new [the masonic],’ and a necessary part of the Silent Exile.
The good bishops had to be removed, silenced by retirement.
Even the Archbishop of Genoa, Pope Gregory XVII, born on May 20, 1906, was forced into retirement in 1987, at 81 years of age.
But God will not permit such unholy outrage for long.
It will be the Virgin Mary’s privilege to bring the lightning that will signal the beginning of the 3 Days of Darkness: “I will remove from the earth the mantle that held back the lightning that crushes it…”
And what consoles our Good Mother, who does not want to see anyone die in their sins?
She knows that many will understand the Truth, thanks to Marie-Julie’s prophecies being made readily available to all:
“That which consoles me is that my zealous servants will highly publish your glory.”
By knowing about the silent masonic takeover, souls will align themselves spiritually to the Pope in Exile.
Perhaps in this way souls will not die outside the Church!
Remember, it is a dogma: Outside the Church, there is no salvation.
Links: Pope Gregory XVII The Great Crisis The Few Faithful St. Michael Prayer The Warnings 3 Days of Darkness
"We declare, say, define and proclaim to every human creature that they by necessity for salvation are entirely subject to the Roman Pontiff ." - Decree of Pope Boniface VIII, Unam Sanctam, Nov. 18, 1302, ex cathedra